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Bob James & David Sanborn: Quartette Humaine

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No one can accuse pianist Bob James and saxophonist David Sanborn of cashing in on the platinum success achieved by their 1986 release, Double Vision, with a hastily issued encore. The two Grammy-winners finally got together again in the studio late last year to record Quartette Humaine, an acoustic session inspired by the special chemistry that marked the collaborations of pianist Dave Brubeck and saxophonist Paul Desmond.

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